Who We Are
Home to approximately 25 geotechnical engineers and construction materials testing consultants in Arlington, Texas, our local team members offer a wide range of services to our clients. Arlington’s primary service categories include:
- Geotechnical engineering
- Construction materials testing
- Nondestructive testing
- Unmanned aerial systems
- Cone penetration testing
- Environmental consulting
Currently, our Arlington office’s largest and most high-profile project is the new Texas Rangers Stadium, for which we are proud to provide construction materials testing and structural steel inspections. In addition, Arlington’s talented team has also worked on projects for the University of North Texas, City of Rockville, Fort Worth ISD and Austin Commercial’s recently completed Terraces at Douglas Center office building.
Meet the Arlington Braun Intertec Team
We are proud to employ a team of geotechnical engineers and scientists with a wide range of skills that serve nearly every market sector in the region.
Brent McNeme, associate principal/senior engineer, is a registered professional engineer with nearly 15 years of experience in market sectors which include commercial, transportation and water resources. Randy Deatherage, PE, supports our geotechnical team and organizes and performs the majority of the geotechnical studies for our office. Bryan McNelis is leading the way in our effort to cultivate Braun Intertec as a regional leader in unmanned aerial services, a unique service we offer to better serve our clients. Andrew Vargas leads our construction materials testing department and is overseeing the new Rangers ballpark project.
With 37 years of experience, Frankie Taylor oversees all materials lab services and the day-to-day operation of all lab services. Frankie specializes in aggregates, mortar, and grout testing. Another key member of our team in Arlington is Duane Harrell, associate principal/senior engineer who wears many hats including business development and quality assurance for lab services.
Braun Intertec in the Community
Even before being awarded the construction materials testing contract for construction of the new Rangers ballpark project, the Braun Intertec Arlington team were big Texas Rangers fans. As an office, they attend games for fun throughout the season and also get together for picnics.
Braun Intertec also is involved in the Arlington, Texas community in a number of ways. A member of our business development team, Camber Mathis is involved with The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) and Construction Day Camp which promotes women in STEM. Randy Deatherage participates in the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and Brent McNeme recently spoke to Blue Bonnet Elementary School about what it’s like to be a geotechnical engineer.
For questions about the Braun Intertec Arlington office please contact, Brent McNeme, [email protected], 817.786.5989.